“December 7, 1941 – a date which will live in infamy,” President Franklin D. Roosevelt famously proclaimed. Please join Signature Health Services and your fellow Americans today to honor the 79th anniversary of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor in Hawaii and to remember those who made the ultimate sacrifice and were wounded.
Each year, National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day honors all those who lost their lives when Japan attacked Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941. More than 3,500 Americans lost their lives or were wounded on that solemn day.
The day marked a turn in the United States’ position regarding involvement in World War II. The Japanese attack damaged several battleships, permanently sinking both the USS Arizona and USS Oklahoma. Still, others capsized, taking crew members with them. Along with naval vessels, the attack destroyed aircraft, too. As a result, the sneak attack forced the U.S. into a war that had been raging for two years.
Please keep our brave troops in your thoughts and prayers today and consider donating to one of the following veteran organizations in memory of this sacred day:
Nps.gov (and direct your contribution to the national Pearl Harbor Memorial).